Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by Caucasian Hammer, Jan 14, 2008.
Damn they blamed junk food.
This is totally believable and one of the reasons that I don't want my son or daughter eating fast food all the time. My wife doesn't cook (or hardly ever cooks) and I'm the one that always makes meals. If I forget to take something out for supper, we're going out for supper.
so do you just slap diapers on them again or what?
I've read some articles explaining that fast food has contributed to increase in hormones. Does this explain the 15-16 year old girls looking like 18-20 year olds?!
ah, that explains it. i think in light of this new information the age of consent should go down.
Ooooh Ali you're treading a fine line there, fella
lol. You've got your priorities straight I see.
wow this is pretty interesting.
and so should the drinking age?
I blame it on the milk and all the hormones they give cows to make them produce more milk.
It's not just fast food.
Consumer Concerns About Hormones in Food
Most meat and milk (and therefore cheese/cream/butter) is packed with hormones to help animals grow faster to make the industry more profitable. One of three zillion reasons I don't eat meat or drink milk.
Organic ftw I guess.
man, these little kids are growing up too fast and its always been pretty obvious. a combination of fast food, grocery meats and milk, and passed down genes make for a monstrous growth cycle in kids..
by the time i graduated from high school, the middle kids were taller than most of us, fatter, and had bigger tits.. its really creepy because these young ass girls are looking old as hell... and im getting to where i cant tell the difference.
females that look 25 are freaking 19 and 20, im like.. wtf.
maybe this is why i have roid rage without taking roids?
Hey, when the rest of us develop super powers, I don't want to hear you bitching. You had your chance.
The girl in the original post has nice eyes. She's got some potential. :unibrow:
But yeah, I had no idea that all those food hormones had that much effect on us. I'm still waiting for my superpowers.
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